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Sengoku Era short
Sengoku Era short
Sengoku Era short
Sengoku Era short

Sengoku Era short

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    • 8.89 Oz. Designed for men, stylish and personalized.

    • Material: 100% polyester, lightweight and skin-friendly.

    • Elastic and breathable fabric, great for outdoor activities and sports.

    • With pockets on the shorts.

    • Sizes: S, M, L, XL, XXL. Please calculate your size from the measurement chart below..

    • Designs imprinted using an advance heat sublimation technique.

    • Machine wash: cold (max 40℃ or 104℉); Non-chlorine; Iron with cover; Do not tumble dry; In the shade.

    This anime clothing is very comfortable, the material is pleasantly soft and water-repellent. It fits very well to the body yet even offers room to move around. The sleek cut lends itself to every type of activity, be it going to work or working out in the gym. The mesh pockets ensure that you can have your valuables with you without carrying a bag. And even if you'll still like to use a bag, there is room for it since the shorts have a drawstring at the waistband. Whether by bike, on foot or skate, you can wear this short everywhere.

    The Sengoku period (戦国時代, Sengoku Jidai, "Warring States period") is a period in Japanese history of near-constant civil war, social upheaval, and political intrigue from 1467 to 1615.
    The Sengoku period was initiated by the Ōnin War in 1467 which collapsed the feudal system of Japan under the Ashikaga Shogunate. Various samurai warlords and clans fought for control over Japan in the power vacuum, while the Ikkō-ikki emerged to fight against samurai rule. The arrival of Europeans in 1543 introduced the arquebus into Japanese warfare, and Japan ended its status as a tributary state of China in 1549.

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